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"Lemonade" was a really fun song to work on, too. We made it in the living room of our old house, and it was just really chill. My favorite song on the album just to listen to is "Devastated" by Lil Spirit. That was like any other day when we would make songs, but that one just came out more special. Those three songs were all really fun. And "Thrusting" with Swae Lee and Future was also a really cool song to be a part of. Cxdy let me do some stuff on it very last-minute, and I'm really grateful for him to give me that opportunity. I was in the studio with him and Taz just finishing it, and it was really fun. So, that one, too.
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Taz Taylor: Oh, boy. I just feel like it's kind of outdated, bro. Just how the overall industry is run, from people getting paid to how you've got to schedule songs months in advance if you want them to come out. You can't mix things last-minute. You can't change cover art. You've got to be pretty set in stone with what you want to do, well in advance of actually putting it out. I just wish that everybody would get more hip to the times. If an artist can record a project in a month, why can't they change it a week before it comes out? Or even when it comes to politics of just getting support from different people or even DSPs and all this. It's just a big political game.
Taz Taylor: It was just hot, bro. And on top of that shit, the trailers' air conditioners and shit weren't working. So obviously the artists are going to be mad. [Laughs]. You've got to fuel everybody's shit and make sure you control everybody's temper and everything. Cole Bennett and them did a good job of that. From seeing the shots happen to seeing the actual video, it's crazy. How they got that from that, I have no idea. It was fucking insane. That just goes to show you, Cole knows what he's doing. You've got to put that trust in certain people's hands to go and take it to the next level. Thanks to Cole and Jake and Sal and everybody at Lyrical for such a fast turnaround. They agreed to do the video, then we shot it and everything within a week. Just imagine the fucking hurdles. Internet Money
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Taz Taylor: Just because of the stigma with compilation albums. People look at them, like, "Oh, they just took a bunch of songs and threw it together." But we didn't just take songs and group them in a folder, like, "Well this is it." We chiseled out every fucking song on this album, bro. We stripped vocals. We went and changed shit around. We changed keys, bro. If you know anything about music theory and shit like that, if a song is in one key, you cannot put that shit in another. But we found ways to do it on this album. There's no rules. Work From Home